Posted: Friday, 4 January 2019 @ 13:43
Currently my firm is representing someone who is making allegations of racism in the workplace.
Understandably these are difficult allegations to make and unsurprisingly they are denied.
Is there a better way of making these allegations?
What I consider a key tool that any employee/Claimant litigant should use focuses on the Acas Questionnaire on Asking and Responding To Questions in The Workplace
If one has compelling independent evidential proof of racism a carefully worded questionnaire can back this up.
In the case of racism being subtle(which often can be) the questionnaire can be used as a basis of putting the employer under pressure.